Encyclopaedia Biblica Vol I to IV
by Cheyne, T. K. (Thomas Kelly), 1841-1915; Black, J. Sutherland (John Sutherland), 1846-1923
a critical dictionary of the literary, political and religious history, the archaeology, geography, and natural history of the Bible
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Adapted from the review of mandi blais: "Th[e] Encyclopaedia Biblica [was] published between 1899 and 1903. The EB was truly an awe-inspiring, prodigious enterprise. It represented the best in Biblical research of the late 19th century, featuring articles written by William Robertson Smith (the main force behind the launching of the EB project, who died before he could see it come to fruition), Julius Wellhausen (the most well known adherent of the "Documentary Hypothesis"), and many, many other scholars from both the English-speaking world and Germany."
EB by Trinity College, University of Toronto:
Vol. II: http://archive.org/details/encyclopaediabib02cheyuoft
Vol. III: http://archive.org/details/encyclopaediabib03cheyuoft
Vol. IV: http://archive.org/details/encyclopaediabib04cheyuoft
Whoever scanned these volumes did a very poor job - the resolution is so bad that the text is virtually unreadable. Even Google does better than this.
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